Getting an e-Visa to India processed through Natvisa depends on a few factors. We can expedite the application by ensuring it meets all the requirements. Our team can significantly speed up the Indian e-Visa process and increase the chances of approval. Thus, we ensure to secure an e-Visa to India in the fastest possible timeframe.
In this article, read on to learn how long does it take to get an e-Visa to India through Natvisa.com. We have focused on Indian tourist e-Visas (30 days, 1 year, and 5 years). Please note that an Indian e-Visa for business is along the same pattern.
To get an e-Visa to India through Natvisa, applicants can choose the following options:
To fill in the Natvisa form for the India e-Visa (provided the applicant has all the documents, images and scans ready for upload):
Natvisa processes the following Indian visas:
Form is received and reviewed.
Receive the approved document.
Present the document upon arrival.
To fill out the India e-Tourist visa application on the Natvisa portal, travelers will need to fill out the following details:
The applicants will have to select the etourist visa validity from the following options:
Next, visitors planning to go to India will need to select from the following options:
Note: The India e-Visa type is for voluntary work of short duration (for a maximum period of one month, which does not involve any monetary payment or consideration of any kind in return).
In this section of the Natvisa application form, travelers will need to provide the following information:
In this part, travelers need to select the port of entry that allows the India e-Visa. They can select the option from the drop-down menu of the application form.
The following details are required for the e-Visa to India application form:
Applicants will have to answer the following question to proceed:
Note: Please ensure all information is accurate and matches the passport details to avoid processing delays.
In this section of Natvisa’s India e-Visa application form, applicants are required to fill in the following details:
Note: Remember, the passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the arrival date.
This marks the end of Part 1 of the India e-Visa application form on the Natvisa platform.
It is followed by the declaration that the undersigned confirms the accuracy of the provided information and understands the risk of legal consequences, including deportation or blacklisting, by the Government of India if found false.
After filling out the Part 1 of the India e-Visa application form, the applicants will be directed to make the payment. In the payment section, the following details are mentioned:
Information on Display
Processing fees & timeframes:
In this section, applicants need to select the processing option. The fee for each processing option will be displayed in the Natvisa payment section. Travelers will have to select from the following:
Note: Remember, some options cannot be availed if the arrival date is too soon.
Applicants will find the following fields that they had filled in Part 1 of the Natvisa form displayed in the second part of the application form for the India e-Visa:
Applicants will have to fill out the following sections:
In the second part of the India e-Visa application form on the Natvisa portal, applicants need to submit the following:
The following documents are required:
The next sections are followed by four infographics explaining ways to take the images:
To click a passport image for the India e-Visa, Natvisa.com recommends the following options:
To upload an image of self, applicants can choose any of the following
Note: The Natvisa team does not recommend clicking images from a phone with a low-quality camera.
Applicants can refer to the infographics, which instructs them how to click the images and help them every step of the way.
There is no need to worry about meeting image size, resolution, and cropping of the images, as we accept all formats.
The infographics provide the following details:
The following details must be captured when clicking the passport image for upload:
Note: No glares should be present as this can obstruct important details.
The infographic describes how to take pictures to get an e-Visa to India for tourism:
Applicants must adhere to the following requirements:
After going through the above infographics, travelers applying through Natvisa will have to upload the following documents:
Note: Natvisa.com allows jpg, png, and pdf. Additionally, we can resize, crop, and adjust the image to meet the India e-Visa regulations.
Compared to the Indian government platform, where an applicant can get lost in providing a sea of information, the Natvisa process is simple, user-friendly, and easy.
Applicants can refer to the infographics while filling out the application for the India e-Visa, which instructs them how to click the images and helps them every step of the way.
In this section, applicants can select from the drop-down menu if they have ever held any other valid passport or identity certificate.
Based on the response, applicants might need to fill in additional details. If the answer is "Yes," they will need to provide:
In this section, travelers need to provide the following details:
Applicants will need to answer the following questions:
Based on the responses given, they may have to fill in additional information.
In this section, applicants are required to provide the following information
For processing the India e-Visa application form, the Natvisa team will require the following details:
Applicant’s Marital Status
Parents / Grandparents Details
Profession / Occupation Details
India e-Visa is an extremely detailed form, which is why we require the following information
Employer / Business Details
Military / Security Organization Involvement
Note: No special characters, minimum two characters, and maximum 50 characters for each response
Overview of Additional Travel Information for Visa Application
The applicants must provide the following details:
Previous Visa Experience
Other Relevant Information
Reference in India
Reference in Applicant’s Country
For instance, if the applicant has selected Australia at the time of processing the India e-Visa application on the Natvisa portal, they must provide:
As part of the application process, applicants will be required to answer the following questions:
If the answer is "No," the applicants can proceed to the next section. However, if the answer is "Yes" to any of the above questions, they must explain the reason.
These questions are followed by an acknowledgment section where the applicant must declare that the information furnished is correct and understand the consequences of providing false information.
Once all the details are submitted, it will be followed by a status update.
The final processing snippet will be displayed, if the application’s second part has successfully been received. Please note that no additional actions are needed from the applicant at this stage. Here’s what happens next:
Users with active applications on the site can track their progress by logging into the dashboard. It also provides access to approved documents once available.
Those interested in applying for the Indian business e-Visa through Natvisa, will find that the Part 1 of the application is along the same lines of India tourist e-Visas (as shared above).
However, they will need to provide some business e-Visa specific information.
For the Indian Business e-Visa, they will have to select from the following options:
The rest of the India e-Visa application for business purposes on the Natvisa portal will remain the same as the e-Visa application for tourism.
Processing time: 7 days (as mentioned in the payment section)
It is like Part 2 of the Indian tourist e-Visa application. However, based on the purpose of the business visit, applicants may have to submit specific documents.
For example, if the applicant has selected the purpose of the visit as participating in GIAN ( Global Initiative for Academic Network), they will need to provide:
GIAN Documentation Requirements:
The completion process for Part 2 of the Indian business e-Visa application on the Natvisa portal follows the same procedure as Part 2 of the Indian tourist e-Visa, followed by helpful infographics, additional details, a questionnaire, and status update sections.
However, depending on the activity selected, responses and questions may differ.
No document send-off
Available for tourism and business
Our user-friendly platform takes the applicant through each step, ensuring photos are clear, eliminating payment hassles with a secure system, and offering expert support if needed.
The above step-by-step guide for an e-Visa to India through Natvisa offers the following advantages:
Getting an e-Visa to India through Natvisa is quick and easy, with applications taking as little as 10 minutes to fill out if the applicant is ready with all the supporting documents. We offer expedited processing options for those who need their visa quickly, and we are flexible with document formats, accepting jpg, png, and pdf files.
Additionally, applicants will find helpful infographics to guide users through the image requirements for their India e-Visa application. Once all documents are submitted, users can track the progress of their India application through the Natvisa dashboard, and they will be notified via email once their electronic visa is approved.